Paul Mauldin

Paul
Mauldin
Contributing Editor,
Transmission & Distribution World
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Paul Mauldin has worked in the energy industry for more than 25 years, developing and implementing advanced energy technologies. As research director for Pacific Gas and Electric Co., he pioneered methodologies used in the design, maintenance and control of energy delivery systems. As a consultant, he has provided guidance to utilities and the vendor community, nationally and internationally. Mauldin holds BSEE and MSEE degrees from the University of California-Berkeley and is a registered professional engineer.

Articles
California Breaks Solar Record: Admit it - We Need These Folks 3
Love it or hate it, but you have to concede that we need the Golden State to work out the bugs and demonstrate the value of solar power for the rest of the nation.
solar power
Featured Poll: Who Will Own Solar? 3
Cheap panels provided by china, rate and tax incentives and squadrons of entrepreneurial installers - there’s no stopping rooftop solar, even if we wanted to.
Disaster response, storm hardening
Storm Hardening the Grid 2
Utilities prepare for the new normal.
substation
Utility Terrorism Fix: Potential Government Boondoggle?
Does the risk of utility directed terrorism warrant immediate action?
Storm Hardening: Utilities Focus on the Fixable
It doesn’t matter whether a storm was initiated or intensified by climate change or not. Who cares?
What Would it Take to Keep You on Your Job?
Last month’s poll asked the question “What will it take to keep you on your job?” particularly when you reach (or now that you’ve reached) retirement age.
flatline
Featured Poll: Electric Demand Growth Flatlined? Now What? 1
When I first went to work in our industry, annual electric load growth was around eight percent.
social media
Featured Poll: Do You Use Social Media? 4
How important is social media (Twitter, LinkedIn, etc.) to your work?
Municipal Utilities: Will Their Numbers Grow? 1
The number of municipal utilities reached a maximum of about 2500 (accounting for about 5 percent sales of U.S. power) back in the early 1920s. The number is still around 2000. Why is that?
The Dancing Engineer
Can a tap-dancing, music-loving Texas woman find meaning and fulfillment as an electrical engineer?
Hard-Hatted Ambassadors of Good Will 
I’ve thoroughly enjoyed working on this year’s linemen supplement, particularly since I have many memories of working with linemen.
Featured Poll: Is Solar the Utility Killer? 11
Beginning last year there has been growing commentary in the public media about the rooftop solar threat to conventional utilities.
Featured Poll: Will Obamacare let you leave? 7
Would you stay with your company if you could quit and get equivalent medical benefits with Obamacare?
Solar Will Shine Brighter With Smarter Inverters 3
California has encouraged residential PV solar to the degree that it could break the system. But maybe California will also lead the way to mitigating the grid operating problems caused by large amounts of solar.
Wind power
Wind Power: Making It Play Nice Is No Breeze  1
The power industry has worked hard to incorporate growing wind resources into the grid. Can the industry keep it up?
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